Tweetbot has been updated to version 2.8, notably adding a new media view to the iPhone and iPad apps.
The media view, which can be accessed by scrolling to the top of a timeline and then tapping the square next to the search button, offers up an in-line view of photos and videos that have been tweeted. Tweets themselves serve as captions, offering context to images.
Tweetbot's image viewer has been redesigned as well, with significant speed improvements and a new image opening animation that is similar to the Mac version of Tweetbot. The tweet detail view has also been updated to display a live count of favorites and retweets.
-New media timeline. Scroll to the top of a timeline and switch to the new media view (next to the search box). This view displays only supported image and video tweets.
-Completely redesigned image viewer
-Tweet/status detail view now displays the number of Favs and Retweets
-Fixed Instagram Previews
-Various other bug fixes
Both versions of Tweetbot can be downloaded from the App Store for $2.99.